It’s your last chance to get your application in for the evokeAG. Startup Program. With applications closing on Monday, 23 October, AgriFutures Program Manager, Dallas Pearce is expecting applications in climate tech, mining tech, and everything in between – and she encourages startups from across the agri-food tech spectrum to apply.
In a world grappling with environmental concerns and ambitious carbon reduction targets, increasingly innovation has become the linchpin to address global challenges. The urgency to combat climate change and meet evolving market, consumer, and regulatory demands, continues to grow, requiring innovation that drives productivity while mitigating environmental harm. And seaweed has now become a key agent of change.
Applications for the evokeAG. Startup Program are officially open, offering startups and scaleups the opportunity to connect with potential investors, partners and customers at evokeAG. 2024. For founders throwing their hats into the ring, program manager Dallas Pearce has seven tips for success.
New Artificial Intelligence (AI) driven technology is optimising the supply chain for fresh and perishable products to deliver benefits to Australian growers and wholesalers. A new digital platform, developed by South Australian startup Optomni promises to reduce waste by up to 25 percent, maximising revenue and reducing the impact on the environment.